ah! Ventures announces a maiden alternative investment fund with a corpus of Rs 100 crore. The fund is expected to close its first round of funding within the next 60 days and to be fully invested by the third year.
Multiply Ventures announces closing its maiden fund at Rs 260 crore. The fund is thesis-driven, sector-focused and invests in startups on the Indian consumers across -fintech, retail, health, and ed-tech.
Sequoia Capital has raised $2.85 billion in funds. The venture capital firm will invest $2 billion in Indian startups, and $850 million in Southeast Asian startups.
Venture Capital investors and partners, Kushal Bhagia and Aditya Singh, launch a new $10 million fund, called All In Capital. It will primarily focus on high potential homegrown startups.